Westchester-Based IBM Set To Spend $1.2 Billion For Cloud Services

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IBM announced it will invest $1.2 billion to improve its international cloud infrastructure. Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons

ARMONK, N.Y. -- Armonk-based IBM announced it will invest $1.2 billion that will give the company a cloud infrastructure in several international hubs, according to Forbes. 

IBM's investment will allow them to build 40 data centers in he US, UK, Australia, Japan, India, Canada, Mexico and China, Forbes reported. 

Last year, IBM invested $2 billion on their cloud infrastructure when they purchased vendor Softlayer, according to Forbes. 

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